Statement On Behalf Of Project Veritas Whistleblower Jodi O’Malley.

Today, Jodi O’Malley – a Project Veritas whistleblower – retained me to represent in matters pertaining to her statements to Project Veritas. The only public comment that I’ll make for now is below:

“Ms. O’Malley pulled back the curtain on the United States government’s systematic disregard for human life and the well being of Native Americans. The travesties that she exposed occurred as Washington D.C. bureaucrats overruled frontline medical professionals’ recommendations – agreed on with their patients – without ever telling them and, by policy, forced Native Americans to take experimental drugs that acted as poison pills. 

Patients died, and government authorities now target Ms. O’Malley for exposing these atrocities. Ms. O’Malley has not broken a single law and has not committed any misconduct. She calls on the United States Congress to investigate why bureaucrats at the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services sent Native Americans to their deaths for political purposes.”

6 thoughts on “Statement On Behalf Of Project Veritas Whistleblower Jodi O’Malley.

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  1. I commend her for having the balls to stand up and say what she’s actually seen and have recordings to verify what she’s saying I appreciate her and I support her 100% and for those who are concerned about whatever violations she May have committed Let’s start with the problem the government FDA CDC!!!

  2. I’m pretty sure she has at least three HIPPA Violations on the video? I’m no 17 year old lawyer that hasn’t shaved for the first time but as I read the law….she violated it.

    Covered Entities
    The following types of individuals and organizations are subject to the Privacy Rule and considered covered entities:

    Healthcare providers: Every healthcare provider, regardless of size of practice, who electronically transmits health information in connection with certain transactions. These transactions include claims, benefit eligibility inquiries, referral authorization requests, and other transactions for which HHS has established standards under the HIPAA Transactions Rule.

    Permitted Uses and Disclosures
    A covered entity is permitted, but not required, to use and disclose protected health information, without an individual’s authorization, for the following purposes or situations…..

    Can you show the authorization on her instagram page that will remove any doubt that she had permission to share and disclose?

    HIPAA Security Rule
    While the HIPAA Privacy Rule safeguards protected health information (PHI), the Security Rule protects a subset of information covered by the Privacy Rule. This subset is all individually identifiable health information a covered entity creates, receives, maintains, or transmits in electronic form. This information is called “electronic protected health information” (e-PHI). The Security Rule does not apply to PHI transmitted orally or in writing.

    It sure looked like she had a screenshot of a patients medical record (electronic) in the video? That would be a violation?


    1. Its spelled HIPAA not HIPPA

      and no she didnt violate HIPAA in fact covid patients in a federally owned medical facility or any med facility that gets federal grants sign a HIPAA waiver for their cases to be talked about.

      1. If that is truly the case it is not for a random nurse to take their story and run with it!! Please!!!

      2. 100% wrong…no waivers are signed allowing their PHI to be released to the general public. Prove it? Show us the waiver? signed by the patient?

  3. My, those things going on in our government are scary. It’s good to be learning those things.

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